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South Australia. 2010 ‘Firearms Amnesty, 2009.’ South Australia Police Annual Report 2009-2010, p. 52. Adelaide: South Australia Police. 30 June

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[T]he amnesty was conducted from 1 October to 21 December 2009 with the aim to remove as many firearms and regulated imitation firearms from the community as possible, through public surrender or police seizure.

As a result 706 regulated imitation firearms and 1,025 firearms were seized by or surrendered to police. An additional 150 regulated imitation firearms have been surrendered to police since the amnesty concluded…

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